Two lifetimes, two parallel realities—based on one true story.
WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Summer 2019 - Best Women's Fiction
A young Scandinavian woman fights her way through depression, following the paths that stem from a decision that might lead to despair, or salvation. One reality takes place in America, one in Finland. The two fast-paced stories intertwine perfectly and are filled with dark humor, the quirks of two different cultures, unlikely friendships, equestrian settings, and relatable characters.
Author C.M. Martens says: "Gripping and heart-wrenching and perfectly paced. Taya DeVere understands 'trust the reader.' She pulls us along with perfectly factored information without bogging us down in descriptive histories that would only stall the pace of the novel. I was forced to slow myself down to not flip pages too quickly and ruin the story. I just wanted to know what was going to happen!"
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the first book in the "Borderline" series, offering a compelling story of one woman's journey back from the edge of despair—two tales, of two parallel realities, based on one true story.
"Borderline" Series by Taya DeVere:
- Book 1 - Between Two Doors
- Book 2 - Down Two Paths
- Book 3 - Around Two Corners
More Great Women's Fiction from Evolved Publishing:
- All the Tomorrows by Nillu Nasser
- Participant by Carmen Kemp
- White Chalk by P.K. Tyler
- Cassia by Lanette Kauten
- Yours to Keep or Throw Aside by E.D. Martin
About the Author
EDITOR: I was born a bibliophile, but it wasn't until high school that I discovered my knack for editing and decided I wanted to edit fiction. I love the feel of a book in my hands, and I may or may not be one of those crazy book sniffers. In my spare time (which is in short supply), I enjoy playing board games and card games with my husband and two teen boys, perusing antique shops, and, of course, reading. What I love most about editing is cultivating relationships with authors. I feel fortunate to be able to share in their creative vision as an editorial partner. I am inspired by their dedication and I enjoy helping them achieve their goals.